P3D v4 EYKA- Kaunas International Airport, Lithuania

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Ok, so I was thinking. How about I could make a tutorial on PBR materials. From exporting to applying PBR materials and exporting to P3D. Let me know if that would be useful.



Enjoy.
I think you should create a video on how to create PBR texture because the video on post #48 doesn’t show how to assign each map to create PBR texture for P3D use. So if you could really show an example for a particular model it would be very helpful. It should cover everything from creating albedo texture, metallic, AO, gloss and assign each texture to appropriate channels (red, green and alpha), import into MCX and export to P3D. By this even a novice could learn it. I hope you could do it so it will be helpful for everyone.

Pbr wet surface preview. Ignore everything else, this is just a test scene.

And a video of night time
https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/490519474148081675/533313129183182869/2019-01-11_17-54-01.mp4

Ps. I also have a discord server, where I post updates more frequently. ;)
Is there any particular texture or settings on MCX to make the PBR wet surface?
 
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I think you should create a video on how to create PBR texture because the video on post #48 doesn’t show how to assign each map to create PBR texture for P3D use. So if you could really show an example for a particular model it would be very helpful. It should cover everything from creating albedo texture, metallic, AO, gloss and assign each texture to appropriate channels (red, green and alpha), import into MCX and export to P3D. By this even a novice could learn it. I hope you could do it so it will be helpful for everyone.


Is there any particular texture or settings on MCX to make the PBR wet surface?

Hello. I will try to make the video whenever I'll find some free time. And I won't be using MCX. I would be importing models to max, applying textures, exporting, .x files, converting to mdl, and then .bgl, I'm also going to convert textures manually using the ImageTool.exe.

And no, I did that with max, I didn't apply anything, I just wanted to see how would it look when it's wet (if it makes any sense).

Cheers
 
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